If you click on a pic, then it enlarges and all the other pics end up in thumbnails below it so you can just scroll through full-screen pics.
That's one view from my trailer door.
The trip would have been 117 miles one way, coming back, but I did 2 loops looking for that missing hubcap. I did find it. Some scratches on it but not dented or otherwise ruined. I figured to find another cap like that? Probably next to impossible so, worth the extended search for it. Trip was 2 hours, but I could have made it in about and hour and forty or forty-five minutes without the hubcap search.
Dogs are plain worn out. I took them on a good, long hike this morning and they are absolutely crashed out on the living room floor. Yesterday, on the first hike, Prince got tired and decided to............sit down under a tree. Yup, he just sat there, staring at me. He was telling me he had had enough. Sorry, buddy, but we gotta hoof it back to camp. He begrudgingly got up and made the rest of the trip back, lol.
I let Sophie off the leash this morning. It was a gamble to say the least, but, it was at the property, not while on a walk. She started to take off in a big, big hurry. She didn't listen to me the first 2 times, the third time I quietly walked up near where she had stopped and called her name again. This time, she came trotting up. Goooood doggy! I told her and then immediately put her back on the leash, lol. We'll take this slow and eventually I won't have to worry about her running off.
My brother and his wife showed up yesterday to help out. Though we were already done, he did have a few tidbits to offer. He then informed me that mother undoubtedly had a large list of things she is going to want me to do. Oh??? Listening to him talk, I gathered why he doesn't go up and visit her too often. Apparently, she was asking him to do something every time he visited. It also became evident why he eventually moved his trailer and then his motor home off the property and built a cabin down the road about 7 miles. I think mother has learned from the experience, she isn't being as pushy as she used to be, but I also think it must be too late in the case of my brother.
I am not sure I could live up there year round. I am used to being around people. I love the quiet and the fresh air and beautiful scenery, yes, but, dunno about actually living there.
Anyway, good trip, glad the worst of this is over, still plenty to do to the trailer but it's all good.